Plant roots in your community by adopting one of several species of spring blooming trees! The Champlin Community Foundation in cooperation with the City of Champlin and Hennepin County are planted 53 beautiful flowering trees along our newly restored Champlin Mill Pond. Residents adopted and planted an array of a pink or white blooming tree that will contribute to a majestic and fragrant landscape for our community and thousands of travelers to enjoy. Aside from aesthetics, planting trees contributes to our environment, improves air quality, preserves soil, helps regulate climate and supports pollinators. These trees will include several varieties of flowering crabapples, eastern redbud, and serviceberry trees. Residents, fellow community members along with Hennepin County tree experts, City of Champlin Staff worked together in the planting of our adopted trees along the shores of the Mill Pond near Doris Kemp Park. The Champlin Community Foundation was integral in promoting, fundraising and coordinating this incredible project. Adoption donations paid for the majority of the tree planting effort, while the Champlin Community Foundation paid the remainder expense of nearly $1,000.